Democratic presidential candidate author Marianne Williamson speaks during the Democratic primaries in Miami. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
Marianne Williamson, a 2020 Democratic hopeful, said she hopes that she will be taken more seriously as a candidate in this week left the debate stage after the first debate you on the receiving end of the online jokes and memes.
In an interview with the spiritual Advisor published on Sunday, Williamson, a best-selling author and Oprah Winfrey, admitted she was not excited about the answer to the public on their performance in the last month.
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“I hope that this time, my supply, my substance,” she told USA Today. “I do not regret that the substance of everything I said, but I understand that my delivery has me prone to mockery.”
Williamson, who swore to beat you, President Trump with a policy of “love,” said she plans to “only me”, while on Tuesday, the debate in Detroit.
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This time it plans to avoid the traditional debate preparation, said they, and instead rely on their experience so far in the election campaign.
“I have a lot of that last time. This time, I see things a little different,” Williamson said.
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“Every day on the election campaign, the preparation is. Every day, you can think about the issues, write about issues, talk about problems, learning about issues,” she added. “It is a continuous process. For me, this is the best preparation.”